Dr Nadir Kinossian

Researcher

© IfL / Franziska Frenzel

CV

Since March 2015: Researcher in the Department of Regional Geography of Europe

2014–2015: Docent, Kazan Federal University, Kazan, Russia

2013 –2014: Researcher, the Barents Institute, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Kirkenes, Norway

2011–2013: Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Culture and Literature, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway

2011: Research Associate, Cardiff School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff, UK

2010: PhD, Cardiff University School of City and Regional Planning, UK. PhD title:  “Governing a regional capital in Russia. The pursuit of competitiveness and identity: A case study of Kazan” (2010)

2006 – 2009: Urban Planner, Ove Arup International, Cardiff UK

2005: MA in Political Science, University of Missouri in St. Louis, USA

2002: MSc in Urban Planning (International), Cardiff University School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff, UK

1997–1999: Assistant Professor, Kazan State Academy of Architecture and Building, Kazan, Russia

1996: Diploma in Architecture (Distinction), Kazan State Academy of Architecture and Building, Kazan, Russia

Memberships

Book Review Editor for Eurasian Geography and Economics; Member of the Editorial Board of the journal Urban Development Issues

Research interests

Spatial policy, urban governance, cultural landscape, theoretical and policy aspects of spatial polarisation and peripheralisation

Projects

Agents of change in old-industrial regions in Europe

Publications

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Gerlach, Julia / Kinossian, Nadir
(2016)
Cultural landscape of the Arctic : 'recycling' of soviet imagery in the Russian settlement of Barentsburg, Svalbard (Norway). -
In: Polar geography, 39 (2016-00-00), 1, Seite 1-19
Kinossian, Nadir
(2015)
Resurrection of the temple : the role of the state in shaping regional political identity. -
In: The role of religion in eastern Europe today. - Wiesbaden: Springer VS, S. 145 - 159
Kinossian, Nadir / Morgan, Kevin
(2014)
Development by decree : the limits of 'authoritarian modernization' in the Russian Federation. -
In: International journal of urban and regional research / 38 (2014) 5, S. 1678 - 1696
Kinossian, Nadir
(2013)
Stuck in transition : Russian regional planning policy between spazial polarization and equalization. -
In: Eurasian geography and economics / 54 (2013) 5/6, S. 611 - 629
Kinossian, Nadir
(2012)
Post-socialist transition and remaking the city : political construction of heritage in Tatarstan. -
In: Europe-Asia studies / 64 (2012) 5, 64 (2012-07-00), 5, S. 879 - 901
Kinossian, Nadir
(2012)
'Urban entrepreneurialism' in the post-socialist city : government-led urban development projects in Kazan, Russia. -
In: International planning studies, 17 (2012-00-00), 4, S. 333 - 352
Kinossian, Nadir
(2008)
The politics of the city image: the resurrection of the Kul-Sharif Mosque in the Kazan Kremlin (1995-2005). -
In: Architectural theory review, 13 (2008-00-00), 2, S. 188 - 205
Kinossian, Nadir
(2007)
Americanization of Russian cities?. -
In: Berkeley planning journal, 20 (2007-00-00), 1, S. 125 - 128
Kinossian, Nadir
(2006)
Urban redevelopment programmes in Kazan, Russia. -
In: The urban mosaic of post-socialist Europe: space, institutions and policy. - Heidelberg [u.a.]: Physica-Verl., S. 319 - 336
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Contact

Dr. Nadir Kinossian
Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde
Schongauerstr. 9
04328 Leipzig
Germany

N_Kinossian(at)ifl-leipzig.de
Tel.: +49 341 600 55-191

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